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Espar B4 under pax seat.... Lowered seat base...cta swivel.

Hoping to get this in the middle of the space. Planning on pulling the muffler to allow for this.

It is sitting on top of the Espar bracket. It will likely have to stay elevated to have the outlet clear the seat base bar.

Any first hand experience to pass along ?
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Some heat shield measurements
https://www.promasterforum.com/forum...27&postcount=7

Spacer removes the downard angle and gets it over the rear bar.
https://www.promasterforum.com/forum...7&postcount=11

Advice, make sure you can get the seat base back on if you remove it while you install the heater.

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Some heat shield measurements
https://www.promasterforum.com/forum...27&postcount=7

Spacer removes the downard angle and gets it over the rear bar.
https://www.promasterforum.com/forum...7&postcount=11

Advice, make sure you can get the seat base back on if you remove it while you install the heater.
Thank you... Great pictures!

Did you do that with the muffler in place?
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Yes

Any particular reason for putting it in the middle?
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